The Agricultural Museum first opened in 1987 and, after going through renovations, was reopened in July, 2005. The museum has three exhibition halls: the Agricultural History Hall, the Agricultural Community Hall, and the Agriculture Promotion Hall. In the museum, there are 2,000 artifacts on display and replicas of paddy fields, traditional homes, and marketplaces of agricultural societies. Through its variety of learning tools, the museums hopes visitors can gain a better understanding of what life was like for farmers in the past.
Agricultural artifacts: 2,000 peices
1) Agricultural artifacts exhibiton
2) Cultural exhibition and special exhibiton
3) Regular education for volunteers
Rural communities experience program
Exhibition Hall Information
[Agriculture History Hall (1F)]
Artifacts and films showing agricultural communities from prehistoric times to the modern era
[Life of Farmers Hall (2F)]
Models recreating the life of farm families from the olden days
[Agricultural Cooperatives Promotional Hall (B1)]
Information on farming and agricultural coopertatives
Admission / Participation Fees
* Only a guide dog accepted
Available (near by public parking lot)
1) Parking lot in front of Ewha Girl's High School
- 500won for each 10min
- Discount: 50% off parking fees for small cars
2) Seoul Museum of History parking lot
Small cars: 3,000won for 2hr, 500won for each additional 10min
Large cars: 6,000won for 2hr, 1,000won for each additional 10min
- Discount: 50% off parking fees for small cars, 20% off parking fees for vehicles with handicapped or man of national
* Reservations required.
* Reservations should be made at least 2 days before date of visit (no walk-ins).
* Cancellations must be made no later than 2 days prior to visit.
Max. capacity: Up to 200 people every hour
www.agrimuseum.or.kr (Korean only)